Hawaii & Pearl Harbor

Group Tour Overview

Explore Oahu with Honolulu and Waikiki.
Visit Arizona Memorial, take a tour of Punchbowl Cemetery, climb to Diamond Head
and explore the life in the traditional Polynesian Islands visiting the Polynesian Village.
Stop in North Shore to see the famous Hawaiian surfers and have some fun at the
Doyle Pineapple Plantation.
And relax at your seaside Waikiki hotel

Experience Time

5 Days

No. of Cities

3 Cities

Departure Date

You Choose

Day-1. DEPARTURE CITY-HONOLULU: Flight to Hawaii. Upon arrival,receive a traditional lei greeting and transfer to your hotel located just one block from Waikiki Beach.

Day-2. HONOLULU: Tour Honolulu, first settled by the original Polynesian migrants to the archipelago. Captain William Brown of England was the first foreigner to sail, in 1794, into what is now the Honolulu Harbour. Despite the turbulent history, Honolulu would remain the capital, largest city, and main airport and seaport of the Hawaiian Islands. During the guided tour, see Then see the Punchbowl National Memorial Cemetery, the State Capitol, the Statue of King Kamehameha, Iolani Palace, and more. Later join your tour director for an excursion to the Honolulu Zoo, set amid the buildings and noise of busy downtown. You will see an amazing array of tropical animals and birds in their natural habitat.

Day-3. OAHU: Journey to Diamond Head Trail. The summit was given its name because sailors in the 1800s found calcite crystals there that resembled diamonds. It is also called the "wreath of fire" or "fire headland" because of navigational fires lit to assist canoes traveling along the Southeast shore of Oahu. The trail climbs the inside slope of the volcano steadily at first and then steeply upwards through a series of stairs and tunnels where you will find an old World War II bunker. In the evening enjoy spectacular Germain's Luau folklore show on private bay with open buffet dinner.

Day-4. PEARL HARBOUR-POLYNESIAN VILLAGE: Visit Pearl Harbour where on December 7, 1941, planes and submarines of the Imperial Japanese Navy began a surprise attack on the US This attack effectively drew the United States into World War II. The Battleship Arizona was hit with an armour piercing bomb that penetrated the forward ammunition compartment, blowing the ship apart. You will visit the Arizona Memorial and Visitor Center. Free afternoon in Waikiki, or take the optional excursion to Central Oahu to visit Dole's Pineapple Plantation before we reach North Shore, the famous wind surfing site, where you can see surfers riding over up to 20 feet high sea. Then to Polynesian Center, which consist of the replicas of the Hawaiian, Samoan, New Zealand's, Fijian, Tahitian, Marquesas' and Tonga's villages. In each of the village you will see the folklore show which also present the culture and the way of life of the different Polynesian ethnic groups. Late return back to Honolulu.

Day-5. DEPARTURE: Free time to explore Waikiki or take a trolley for ride along the beaches or visit famous International Market, great place for hunt for souvenirs. Late afternoon transfer to the airport for your overnight return flight home.


Our Tour hotels are never far from where you need to go. We choose only the best hotels in centralized locations so you can get on with your tour.


With every group tour we provide you will see all the best attractions and some you might not even know. These attractions are just steps away from your hotel:

Ioalani Palace, Diamond Head, Pearl Harbor, Arizona Memorial, Punchbowl Memorial Cemetery,

Waikiki Aquarium, Polynesian Center, Luau folklore show 

Your tour is important to us and we provide the most inclusive tour possible. This student group tour includes the following:

  • round trip airfare
  • airport taxes
  • 4 nights in centrally located beach hotel
  • 4 buffet breakfasts
  • 1 dinner
  • Luau Folklore show with buffet dinner
  • guided tour of Arizona Memorial
  • guided tour of Honolulu
  • Dole Plantation
  • Polynesian Village
  • Mariden tour director
  • all inclusive insurance
  • gratuities

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